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Robin Marri Miller – How To Make Deodorant, Toothpaste, Shaving Cream & Hand Soap With Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is labeled as a superfood, and for excellent reason. Considered the “tree of life” in much of India, the Philippines, Southeast Asia and other tropical locations, the coconut tree can now be found in more than 75 countries throughout the world. But for the modern homesteader, coconut oil has more uses than just for cooking. Read more

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It’s All About Food – Jason Wyrick, Vegan Mexico – 11.01.16

Jason Wyrick is the Executive Chef of The Vegan Taste, the first nationwide meal delivery service founded in 2006. He is the author of Vegan Mexicoand Vegan Tacos, the NY Times Bestselling co-author of 21 Day Weight Loss Kickstart, and the food editor for NY Times Bestseller Living the Farm Sanctuary Life. In 2001, Chef Jason reversed Type II diabetes and lost 120 pounds by going vegan. He left his position as the director of marketing for a tech company and became a chef so he could use his experience to help people live healthier, compassionate lives. Since then, he published the world’s first vegan food magazine, The Vegan Culinary Experience, has been featured in the NY Times, Vegetarian Times, and other prominent publications, and has traveled the world leading vegan food tours and classes. He is the first vegan instructor to teach in the prestigious Le Cordon Bleu program and has catered for prominent organizations such as Humana, Google, Farm Sanctuary, PeTA, and the Frank Lloyd Wright foundation. You can learn more about Chef Jason Wyrick and his meal delivery service at www.thevegantaste.com.

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The Gary Null Show – 10.20.16

Today on The Gary Null Show, Gary has a special show with guests but before that he gives the latest in health and healing. The first guest in Gary’s program is Dr. Dady Chery. The two talk about The Clinton Money games in Haiti – capitalizing off of catastrophe. Dr Dady (Daah-dee) Chery is a Haitian born writer, journalist, and an associate professor in biological sciences who has been at the forefront publicly about the challenges Haiti confronts and the corruption of American interests. She was the first to site the likely introduction of cholera into Haiti by UN personnel in 2010 and has reported on Haiti’s considerable mineral wealth as a lucrative target for western corporate interests. Dady is the co-editor in chief of News Junkie Post with geopolitical commentator Gilbert Mercier and is the editor of the news site Haiti Chery at DadyChery.org… Her articles appear on Black Agenda Report, Counterpunch, Global Research, RT and many others. And she is the author of important book and anlaysis of the Haitian Crisis – “We Dared to Be Free: Haiti’s Struggle Against Occupation.” The second guest in today’s program is Prof. Harvey Wasserman the two talk about Trumps claims on Rigged elections – the evidence. Prof. Harvey Wasserman is a professor of history at Columbus State College and Capital University in Ohio. He is an investigative journalist, author and has been a national voice in the anti-war and anti-nuclear movements for over four decades. He is also a senior advisor for Greenpeace USA and the Nuclear Information and Resource Service and founder of Solartopia.org, a grassroots endeavor to promote a green-powered earth. Among his many books are “Solartopia: Our Green Powered Earth” and two books on election fraud, the latest being “Election Theft is the Fourth Jim Crow; How the GOP Can Buy, Rig, Steal and Lynch the Presidency in 2016.” His articles appear frequently on Counterpunch, Alternet, NukeWatch, Huffington Post and others. Harvey can also be heard every Thursday afternoon at 5 pm Eastern as host of “Green Power and Wellness Hour” on the Progressive Radio Network. His website is Solartopia.org

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Hannah Devlin – cMigraines could be caused by gut bacteria, study suggests

Migraine sufferers have a different mix of gut bacteria that could make them more sensitive to certain foods, scientists have found. The study offers a potential explanation for why some people are more susceptible to debilitating headaches and why some foods appear to act as triggers for migraines. The research showed that migraine sufferers had higher levels of bacteria that …

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Dr. Jack Wolfson – Is Heart Disease from a Sulfur Deficiency?

Sulfur is a non-metallic element (number 16) that is a critical nutrient for the body. Unfortunately, so many people don’t consume enough. Over the years, it has been forgotten by the FDA and not added to grains/rice as part of the “fortification” process. Sadly, most diets are deficient in sulfur rich foods like grass fed beef, garlic, onion, and quality …

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Angela Hui – Foodie with Eating Disorder Stuck Between Passion and Pathology

Earlier this year, Refinery29 published an article about the curious paradox of being a foodie recovering from an eating disorder. The author’s hesitant conclusion was that an epicurean tongue may be impeding her efforts to regain her health, but do eating disorder recovery and a deep love for food need to be mutually exclusive? In tenth grade, I was obsessed …

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FOOD PRESERVATION: Sun Drying Fruits and other Foods

Sun drying is one of mankind’s oldest and most reliable ways to preserve food. Archeological sites in ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia show this method of food preservation has been used since 4,000 B.C. Sun drying is actually pretty simple; it relies on the sun and airflow – that’s pretty much it. While newer methods like electronic dehydrators speed up the …